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Airlines lower prices for premium seating

SmartBrief for The Business Traveler | May 28, 2015

Major airlines are lowering costs on first-class seats and offering upgrades for as little as $100 to frequent fliers. Many of these seats used to be filled at the last minute with free upgrades, and airlines are hoping that lower costs will encourage passengers to buy up front. The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model) (05/27)


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More hotels are doing away with check-in, check-out times

SmartBrief for The Business Traveler | Jun 02, 2015

Delta taps millennial customer base with meme-filled safety film

SmartBrief for The Business Traveler | Jun 02, 2015

Column: First-class amenities are improving

SmartBrief for The Business Traveler | May 28, 2015

Virtual horizon relieves motion sickness

SmartBrief for The Business Traveler | May 28, 2015

Starwood aims to stand out with innovations from its test lab

SmartBrief for The Business Traveler | Jun 02, 2015

Column: Inflight Wi-Fi isn't yet reliable

SmartBrief for The Business Traveler | Jun 02, 2015

Airline caterers face unique challenges of scale, delivery

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